Ever heard of Alfred Junior Martin?[cleeng_content id="453884746" description="Why stop now? It's just getting interesting!" price="0.99" referral="0.10"]Comparatively speaking, Martin makes Sylvia Poitier seem nearly masterful in the art of thievery.
Martin, a County Commissioner from Madison County, Florida, was just arrested and removed from office on two counts (felonies – ding ding) of official misconduct.
Alfred Junior Martin also admitted to Inspector McGraw and your Affiant that while in Tallahasse, Florida, on April 20, 2011 and on personal business, he purchased dinner at the Golden Coral Restaurant for himself in the amount of $21.03 using the Madison County Volunteer Firemen account.
But this really isn’t a story about Martin. Nor is it a piece about Riviera Beach Councilmember :CT: — who’s yet again another politician destined to seeing some jail time in the near future.
Rather, this is a tale about Lauderdale Lakes Commissioner :EH:. Or, in particular, the following complaint I filed against him.[pwal id="13662556" description=""][/pwal]
Friday, August 10, 2012
Broward State Attorney Office
201 Southeast 6th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Attention: Timothy Donnelly, Assistant State Attorney
Public Corruption Unit
MAOS / The Broward Post
1600 S. Dixie Highway #300
Boca Raton, FL 33432
RE: Lauderdale Lakes Commissioner Eric Haynes
In 2008, the Broward State Attorney’s Office filed charges against Coconut Creek Commissioner Ronald Dearing for falsifying records. As you will recall, Dearing pleaded no contest to charges that he lived outside the city while holding public office and was automatically sentenced to one year of probation.
I opine history has repeated itself — another day, another scumfucking politician.
In this case and with this complaint, I am addressing Lauderdale Lakes Commissioner Eric Haynes and my belief he no longer resides in that town. My sources have indicated Haynes, currently in the midst of marital strife, has moved out of his homesteaded house and currently lives on Coco Lake Drive in Coconut Creek, FL.
If true, then Haynes, just like Dearing, is breaking the law.
Both pictured above.
Same crime, same punishment.
Given this, I respectfully request the Broward County State Attorney’s Office thoroughly investigates this allegation and to the extent permitted by State or local law or regulations, any and all penalties, sanctions, or other disciplinary actions for violations of such standards be applied forthwith.
Please provide our office with a case number specifically identifying this complaint in order to validate and track the investigation; thank you in advance for your cooperation.
PS I’m looking forward to watching Attorney Maus kick the crap out of Al Capellini.